Slightly OT: Systems Admin Books
linuxr at gmail.com
Fri Aug 26 19:03:06 UTC 2005
How about Running Linux by Matt Welsh? That is good. Another good book is
the one by Michael Jang that prepares you for the RHCE cert.
Yesterday I saw one like 'Linux command reference' or 'pocket reference'
etc. O'Reilly has some great books along those lines, think that one that I
saw was only about ten bucks.
On 8/26/05, Paul Lemmons <Paul.Lemmons at tmcaz.com> wrote:
> I got me a $20 Amazon gift certificate today and it is burning a hole in
> my inbox. I would like to buy a good Linux Systems Administration book and
> would welcome recommendations. I already bought the Linux in a nutshell and
> was a little disappointed. It is a great command reference but does not have
> enough details on networking, disk management, tuning or really anything
> that is part of managing a Linux server. So, if you any of you have any
> experience in this area, I would really appreciate your advice in how to
> part with my $20(+) wisely.
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